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Berkeley Software Distribution
A computer operating system that was used between 1977 and 1995. Berkeley Software Distribution was based on and was considered a subset of UNIX.
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Rothman and is a guide to the BSD Unix
system and Mac-specific components.
He says BPF was first shipped in BSD Unix
4.3, which was created by the University of California at Berkeley (which gives BSD its name), and SCO later copied this code into Unix System V.
The main difference between this router/proxy server and the email server is the software, which sits atop Mirapoint's operating system, which is a tweaked version of BSD Unix
with things like shell access removed for better security.